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★ footpath (n)【(野原などの)小道;(未舗装の)歩道】

I remained, however, profoundly unhappy. There was a footpath leading across fields to New Southgate, and I used to go there alone to watch the sunset and contemplate suicide.

I got to know every road and footpath within ten miles of Cambridge, and many at much greater distances, in this way.

For fifty miles, going eastward, one could walk on footpaths over unenclosed bare downs.

There are societies for social purposes that lie outside party politics, such as the preservation of footpaths or ancient monuments, the exploration of druidical remains, or the prevention of the extinction of the iguanodon.

Dead leaves on the ground rustled as we walked along the footpath.
 出典:『究極の英単語<SVL>vol.3 上級の3000語』p.59

A public footpath led across the fields.
 出典:Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.

A footpath is a path for people to walk on, especially in the countryside.
 出典:Collins COBUILD English Dictionary for Advanced Learners, new ed.